St. Mary’s Health Clinics is a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and has been providing high-quality, affordable, accessible healthcare to underserved communities since 1992. Started by Sister Mary Madonna, the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph is integrated into every clinic and felt by our amazing team of physicians, nurses and volunteers.

All people deserve quality healthcare – St. Mary’s Health Clinics provides it.

The Nursing Supervisor for St. Mary’s Health Clinics is responsible for general operations at their assigned clinic sites, including patient care coordination, general nursing and volunteer supervision, quality improvement activities, and maintenance of clinic supplies and other pertinent resources.

This position is benefit eligible and scheduled 32 hours per week. Clinics are located in the Twin Cities metro area.


Licensure: Minnesota Registered Nurse License in good standing; active Minnesota Drivers License or license from neighboring state allowing for driving in Minnesota.


Basic education for registered nurse, BSN preferred with Public Health designation


Minimum of three years’ work experience as an RN, preferably in an acute care setting with solid Medical Surgical background.

Previous RN experience supervising unlicensed personnel.

Exceptional interpersonal skills, written and verbal, able to work with a variety of personalities, backgrounds and age groups

Ability to work independently and as a member of a team

Keen attention to detail, with timely follow up and response to patient needs

Able to speak/write Spanish preferred


Strong communication and interpersonal skills, able to function effectively as a team member, yet able to work independently.

Proficiency in use of Microsoft office with strong data entry skills, alpha and numeric.

Detail oriented, effective problem solving skills.

Understanding of accounting principles related to billing and accounts payable.

Ability to work effectively with broad range of roles, professional staff, and clinical staff, other departments and systems, and patients and families served.

Understanding of privacy, confidentiality and HIPAA regulations.

Other Duties:

Assist leadership in establishing and implementing policies and processes to support efficient, safe, and quality care.

Promote clinic activities and data monitoring to support quality improvement activities.

Serve on project teams or committees as need for development of clinic work.